Simply so, what is the role of the narrator?
A narrator is the person telling the story, and it determines the point of view that the audience will experience. Every work of fiction has one! The narrator can take many forms—it may be a character inside the story (like the protagonist) telling it from his own point of view.
Similarly, how does a narrator speak? a FIRST PERSON narrator is an “I” (occasionally a “we”) who speaks from her/his subject position. That narrator is usually a character in the story, who interacts with other characters; we see those interactions through the narrator’s eyes, and we can’t know anything the narrator doesn’t know.
Beside this, how do you describe the narrator of a story?
A narrator is the person from whose perspective a story is told. The narrator narrates the text. A narrator only exists in fictional texts or in a narrative poem. A narrator may be a character in the text; however, the narrator does not have to be a character in the text.
When the narrator is a character in the story?
A rare form of first person is the first person omniscient, in which the narrator is a character in the story , but also knows the thoughts and feelings of all the other characters . It can seem like third person omniscient at times.